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Editorial projects available in scientific journals have focused on global issues but often alien to our sensibilities.
Driven regionalism offers shop windows especially in the robust Anglo French or German groups. The oldest journals do not receive private or government support or and tend to disappear.
Is diffuse the feeling that new emerging economies are pumping energies and fresh money on publications with “etherogeneous” but well indexed projects.
As we speak on the widely popular open source projects we arrive to qualify them often as second-class operations and sometimes depressive fund raising acitivities.
It’s time to channel scarce resources left on what it may mean more to our communities. We look forward initiatives that may lead to a new renaissance of our universities and minds.

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Have a look to the last update on the SITS-ISTR. The paper on ‘Implementation of thrombolysis with alteplase 3-4.5 hours after an acute stroke: an updated analysis from ISTR’ by Niaz Ahmed et al is now published in the September issue of Lancet Neurology.

The leading joiurnals in stroke medicine are 4: Stroke (US based, with impact factor 7.041), Cerebrovascular Diseases (Germany based IF 3.5), Stroke and Cerebrovascular disease (pacific area IF na), International Journal of Stroke with impact fator 2.87 (world stroke soc.).

Stroke
Editor-in-Chief
Marc Fisher 2010
Vice Editor
Karen Furie

Associate Editors
Pierre Amarenco—European Clinical
Kennedy R. Lees—European Clinical
Eng Lo—Basic Science
Wolf Schäbitz—Basic Science
K.S. Lawrence Wong—Asia-Pacific Clinical

Cerebrovascular disease
Editor(s):
Hennerici M.G. (Mannheim)
Associate Editors

S. Davis, Melbourne
J.P. Mohr, New York, N.Y.
Y. Shinohara, Tokyo
N. Venketasubramanian, Singapore

Stroke and cerebrovascular disease
Editors:
José Biller, MD, FACP, FAAN, FAHA
Professor and Chairman, Loyola University Chicago, Stritch School of
Medicine, Department of Neurology, Bldg. 105, 2160 South First Avenue,
Maywood, IL 60153
Shinichiro Uchiyama, MD, PhD, FAHA
Professor and Chairman, Department of Neurology Tokyo Women’s Medical
University c/o The Japan Stroke Society, 4F Maruishi Building, 1-10-4
Kaji-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0044, Japan

Intern journ of stroke
Editor-in-chief
Geoffrey A. Donnan
Professor of Neurology, University of Melbourne

Associate Editors
Andrei Alexandrov
Peter Rothwell
Conrado Estol